Snugkins products are tested and certified by the US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act to better regulate the safety of products made for children and certify that the products don’t contain lead, phthalates, and substandard quality products. The range of cloth diapers is also GOTS (Global organic textile standard) certified.
November 09, 2021
Indian designer, Archana Kochhar and International floral curator Tomas De Bruyne collaborated to present an organic diaper collection with a keen focus on sustainability, with a dollop of designer panache in the world’s snuggest diaper. From newborns to toddlers, Snugkins offers a wide range of daily essential wear as well.
Snugkins is an eco-friendly brand that is co-founded by Komal Lalpuria in 2019, whose journey as an entrepreneur began with her embarking on the journey of motherhood, as she became mindful of the alarming pile of diapers in the garbage which directly affects the environment.
“Cloth diapers available in the US are expensive and don’t suit the Indian baby’s build, we began testing with cloth langots available in the market but they proved to be bulky or complicated to use. It wasn’t a long-term solution unless it’s lightweight, trim, and easy to snap and secure,” explains Komal.
“And that is how Snugkins was born. A simple idea with the need of the hour solution – the need to provide superior care for your child, without compromising on the environment and super savings for your pockets. So when we choose the best for your baby, we also choose the environment,” she adds.
Snugkins products are tested and certified by the US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act to better regulate the safety of products made for children under the age of 12 years. It validates and certifies that the products do not contain lead, phthalates, and substandard quality products. Cloth diapers are also GOTS (Global organic textile standard) certified to ensure and extend the best quality products.
Co-founder Sonal Lalpuria, Charted Accountant & Mompreneur adds, “On an average, a baby uses 6000 disposable diapers which cost Rs. 50,000, it is almost like buying 10 grams of gold as compared to just 16 cloth diapers required in the entire baby diapering phase making it 74% cost-effective. Disposable diapers take approx. 500 years to decompose and immensely contribute to the rise in landfills and highlights the fact that disposable diapers pollute the environment on a very large scale.”
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Limited edition designs by ace designer Archana Kochhar and global floral designer Tomas De Bruyne add a celebratory touch making it an ideal gift for the festive season for baby wear.
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